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Re: ideas to make svn update faster.

From: Greg Hudson <ghudson_at_MIT.EDU>
Date: 2005-05-08 18:07:22 CEST

On Sun, 2005-05-08 at 17:56 +0200, Thomas Zander wrote:
> Making things multiple times slower surely is unacceptable; I fully agree.
> But please tell me how you come to the conclusion that this would be the
> case?
> Just reading an xml file is something that already happens for each and
> every directory you have managed; if you do an update from the root level
> its going to be faster, if you do an update lower it could cause a couple
> of extra local filesystem reads. That does not translate to multiple times
> slower at all.

If you update a tree, and then visit one of its subdirs in TortoiseSVN,
tsvn will do a non-recursive status operation on the subdir. Currently,
this involves reading only one entries file; under your scheme, it might
have to read several. Thus, several times slower. (At least, in
theory. There might be more important sources of slowness in the
non-recursive status operation.)

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